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The Politics in Translation project was developed by SRAS with a dual purpose.

Politics in Transition is an attempt to revive an understanding of modern Russian politics through the histories and translated documents of modern Russian political parties and movements. It is, to some extent, an extension of our Politics in Russia page, where these works have also been listed, and which serves to provide and extensive overview of Russia's political scene with links to material and sites with more information. Both projects hope that, in providing free, up-to-date, and extensive material for understanding Russian politics, students will be better equipped in their studies and that this enhanced education will someday result in better US policy towards Russia as these students move into professional diplomatic careers.

Politics in Translation is also practical extension of SRAS's translation programs: Translate Abroad Internships and The SRAS Home and Abroad Program. In an increasingly global and information-heavy world, there is increasing need for the accuracy and readability that only human translation can deliver, despite advances in electronic translation technology. Yet there are not enough skilled translators to fill the demand that government, business, and the arts are creating. Politics in Translation provides one source of challenging, pertinent texts for our student translators to build their skills with and, hopefully, help create a more diplomatically sound, economically successful, and a more literarily solid future.

Other translations provided have come from other sources and were formatted to side-by-side translation format by SRAS. All materials currently available are listed below. This project is overseen by Josh Wilson, Assistant Director, SRAS.




2014-12-05 - Ukraine’s New Ruling Political Parties: Bloc of Petro Poroshenko and People’s Front

2014-09-22 - Ukrainian Politics: Who's Who

2014-04-03 - Ukraine - The Day before Crimean Independece

2014-04-02 - Boris Akimov: Agriculture as the Basis of a New Russia

2014-02-19 - Campaign Videos in Russian Politics

2013-09-29 - Moldovan Politics: Who's Who

2013-09-29 - Georgian Politics: Who's Who

2013-09-04 - Navalny: Modern Liberal Nationalism

2013-09-01 - Yulia Tymoshenko: Batkivshchyna (Fatherland) Party

2013-08-22 - Ukraine's Party of Regions: Part 2

2013-08-22 - Ukraine's Party of Regions: Part 1

2013-08-21 - Russia's "Gay Propaganda" Law

2013-08-13 - Rodina: Russian Nationalism

2012-10-31 - International Relations at the Lenin Library

2012-09-30 - The Modern Komsomol(s)

2012-09-30 - The Left Front and Sergei Udaltsov

2012-09-30 - The Eurasian Youth Union

2012-02-15 - Mikhail Prokhorov: A Real Future

2012-02-10 - Vladimir Putin: Presidential Platform, 2012

2011-12-06 - Nashi: Russian Youth Movement

2011-12-05 - United Russia's Program Address

2011-11-22 - Yabloko: Platform of the Liberals

2011-11-05 - Right Cause: New Platform, New Leadership

2011-10-05 - The Patriots of Russia: Political Platform

2011-10-05 - The Communist Platform and View of Post-Soviet History

2011-10-05 - A Just Russia: Manifesto for 2011

2011-10-05 - Yabloko: A New Political Course

2011-10-05 - LDPR: Anti-Crisis Platform

2011-08-11 - How to Become a Communist

2011-08-08 - All Moscow's Bribes

2011-08-08 - M. Prokhorov's Acceptance Speech

2011-08-08 - Parnas: The People's Freedom Party

2011-06-23 - Declaration of the Formation of the All-Russia People's Front

2010-10-06 - United Russia: Ruling Party (Part III)

2010-10-06 - United Russia: Ruling Party (Part II)

2010-09-30 - United Russia: Ruling Party

2010-09-29 - Right Cause, Wrong Path?

2010-05-03 - Road Map to Solidarity, Part II

2010-05-03 - Road Map to Solidarity

2010-05-01 - Who's Who In Kyrgyz Politics

2010-04-10 - Right Cause Searches for Right Path, Part IV

2010-04-09 - Right Cause Searches for Right Path, Part III

2010-04-09 - Right Cause Searches for Right Path, Part II

2010-04-09 - Right Cause Searches for Right Path

2009-09-07 - President Obama's NES Speech in Russian Translation

2009-08-12 - A Fair and Just Russia, Part II

2009-08-07 - Fair Russia: Foreign Policy Wish List

2009-06-03 - A Fair and Just Russia: Russia's Social Democrats

2009-01-23 - CPRF Central Committee Report, 13th Party Congress 7

2009-01-23 - CPRF Central Committee Report, 13th Party Congress 6

2009-01-23 - CPRF Central Committee Report, 13th Party Congress 5

2009-01-23 - CPRF Central Committee Report, 13th Party Congress 4

2009-01-23 - CPRF Central Committee Report, 13th Party Congress 3

2009-01-23 - CPRF Central Committee Report, 13th Party Congress 2

2009-01-23 - CPRF Central Committee Report, 13th Party Congress

2009-01-23 - Communism and the CPRF in Modern Russia 2

2009-01-23 - Communism and the CPRF in Modern Russia

2008-09-09 - Russian Exiles

2008-08-08 - The World According to Zhirinovsky - 3

2008-04-17 - The World According to Zhirinovsky - 2

2008-03-31 - The World According to Zhirinovsky

2007-09-06 - Sergey Lavrov Speaks at MGIMO

2006-10-31 - Закон «О некоммерческих организациях»: Второй взгляд

2006-10-29 - Enforcement of the New NGO Law

2006-05-15 - Annual Address to the Federal Assembly

2006-04-19 - The Russian Declaration of Human Rights

2006-02-15 - The Russian "Cultural Bill of Rights"

2006-01-18 - NGO Bill - Russian/English Version

2005-08-01 - Russian Reactions to the London Bombings